Friday, May 15, 2009

New DVD reissue

A new reissue of Django y Sartana (One Damned Day at Dawn)
on the Llamentol label, Ratio: 4:3, Dolby Digital 2.0 with Spanish
and English languages, running time: 83 minutes, no extras.
Release date 5/11/2009

8 comments:

  1. Tom, have you seen any of those Spanish DVDs? Are they really only fullscreen or non-anamorphic widescreen? Or maybe the 4:3 logo is incorrect completely?

    By the way, LAST RIDE TO SANTA CRUZ has been announced by NEW Entertainment in Germany.

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  2. Sorry, LAST RIDE TO SANTA CRUZ was announced by Eyecatcher, not NEW. The guys behind those two companies are mostly the same anyway...

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  3. No I've not seen any of them. I was told about them and a website link gave me the information posted. Possibly Rob Muller can tell us more as he is a follower of this blog and lives in Spain. Or you can check them out when your in Madrid this coming summer.

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  4. Django and Sartana with Dead Men Don't Make Shadows is coming from Wild East soon..

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  5. Is the above a Spain, or S. American relese?

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  6. I'd like to know if these new releases really have the English dub or not. Llamentol releaes of Dynamite Jim and 4 Dollars of Vengeance were supposed to have English dubs according to DVDGo when they were released but neither of them actually had. On the other hand, 4:3 might also be non-anamorphic widescreen which was the case with these two releases.

    About Acquasanta Joe: I had the previous Spanish release by Vella Vision and it's 1:1 with UK release by C'Est La Vie, sans the extras. I don't know about this new one by Llamentol.

    It seems that DVDGo can't be trusted at all, since info about the SW Box set "Wanted: Clasicos del spaghetti western" on the site is wrong too. GBU doesn't have the English dub promised but Keoma, which is supposed to be Spanish & Italian only, has. Aspect ratios given are also wrong since Keoma is not anamorphic... sigh!

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  7. Django y Sartana is not One Damned Day at Dawn Django meets Sartana but Showdown in the West

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